- What’s your name?
- Where are you from?
Bath, Uk. Recently moved over to London.
- How old are you?
- When did you start making music
The first music I made was with my band Sofa, that was in 2018. Made a single that’s still available on spotify! After I went solo and worked on my own projects, the first recorded tune came out in 2020. But I’ve been creating and performing tunes since 2016.
- How serious are you about your career?
Very serious! I love making music and performing for others. I play and write whenever I get the chance, but it would be amazing to be able to pay the bills with it.
- Have you ever thought about quitting music?
I don’t think I have ever wanted to quit. I have had ups and downs with it, and some days there’s less motivation then normal. But music is still such a positive thing in my life and I don’t think I could ever quit that.
- Who inspires you the most?
I have friends and family who are great musicians, in a wide mix of genres. I take a lot of inspiration from them. The artist I look up to the most is probably Skinshape. I love their work and it definitely influences my own writing.
- What got you into making music?
My grandad is a big guitar guy, I used to go to his band practices, so I was around music from a young age. After getting into my first band I started getting more serious, being around great musicians and just having fun is the reason I kept with it!
- Who is your favorite producer?
I love producers who have used analogue equipment for their tunes. I don’t have many modern producers on my radar, so I’ll have to say people like Mac Demarco and Skinshape!
- What is one of your best songs/beats?
Social Mixups is my most recent tune and has gotten the best reception so far! I really enjoyed making it, I have been playing it live for years and I wanted to capture that feeling in the recording. Another great tune is Cycles, which is a collaboration with singer Ella Kinnersley. I think these two songs show what I’m about.
- Are you signed to a record or label?
- Have you ever performed?
Yes, in a few different places, bars and clubs and some small events. Even had a few performances in France!
- Who would you most likely collaborate with?
Ah I love collaborations, really anyone who has something to offer. I am always trying to expand my sound and try new things.
- If you could open for any artist who would it be?
Mac Demarco, or Skinshape. Either would be amazing.
- What’s next for you?
Work on my discography, keep coming out with tunes for the people! A main focus of mine is to widen my audience, show the world what Junior Farrer has to offer.